Karachi Killer Assassinated in Afghanistan: RAW False Flag or Modi’s Blunder?
Opinion

Karachi Killer Assassinated in Afghanistan: RAW False Flag or Modi’s Blunder?

The Baloch separatist mastermind behind the recent terrorist attack against the Chinese consulate in Pakistan’s largest city of Karachi has been assassinated by a suicide bomber in Afghanistan after he was reportedly sent there by India in an effort to distance New Delhi from its proxy after that audacious incident, raising serious questions about whether…

Why Turkey’s Military Operation East of the Euphrates Could Reshape Region
Opinion

Why Turkey’s Military Operation East of the Euphrates Could Reshape Region

The phrase “red line” has become commonplace in the rhetoric of world leaders, referencing unacceptable actions or policies.  For Turkey, the presence of the People’s Protection Units (YPG) along its border with Syria is a matter of national security, coloured in the most vibrant shade of crimson. While the US views the YPG as the…

The Incident in the Strait of Kerch: a Middle-Eastern Perspective
Opinion

The Incident in the Strait of Kerch: a Middle-Eastern Perspective

The Strait of Kerch, a location that is not often mentioned in the Middle Eastern media – or social media – has become rather more familiar in that region since Ukrainian ships recently entered Russian territorial waters in the Black Sea. In the Arab world a number of journalists have discussed the incident: they have…